Right after buying those two books on Amazon, I went to Barnes & Noble because I had got extra discount coupons (as long as they weren’t on sale or bestselling hardcover). As seen above I purchased five books.
I picked up The Curse of Oak Island by Randy Sullivan first. I fully admit that I’m addicted to the History Channel show of the same title that Sullivan used for his book about the treasure hunt on Nova Scotia island. Although the show isn’t perfect–the narrator’s script is awful–I love the mystery and the guys that are the center of the show. With the show’s season premiere on November 5, I’m going to be reading this in October.
Since the fire of Notre Dame, I’ve looked to get the most famous book about the historic cathedral. It also so happens that Victor Hugo is one of those authors one might want to read if you’re interested in the classics and the Barnes & Noble edition of The Hunchback of Notre Dame was on sale. So easy buy, but it’ll be a while until I read it.
The last three books I decided to continue to collect Brandon Sanderson Cosmere books, though now I’m only lacking his graphic novels. The Alloy of Law, Shadows of Self, and The Bands of Mourning make up Mistborn: Era II. While I plan to read a lot of Sanderson Cosmere books soon, these will go behind some other fantasy books I’ve gotten. So like the book above, these won’t be read for a while.